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close this bookThe Global Greenhouse Regime. Who Pays? (UNU, 1993, 382 p.)
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close this folderPart I Measuring responsibility
close this folder1 Introduction
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View the documentThe greenhouse effect
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close this folder2 The basics of greenhouse gas indices
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close this folder3 Assessing emissions: five approaches compared
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View the documentAppendix A: Estimates of greenhouse gas emissions
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close this folder4 Who pays (to solve the problem and how much)?
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close this folderPart II Resource transfers
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close this folder6 North-South transfer
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close this folder7 Insuring against sea level rise
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View the documentThe insurance scheme proposed by AOSIS
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close this folderPart III National greenhouse gas reduction cost curves
close this folder8 Integrating ecology and economy in India
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close this folder9 Carbon abatement potential in West Africa
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close this folder10 Abatement of carbon dioxide emissions in Brazil
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close this folder11 Thailand's demand side management initiative: a practical response to global warming
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close this folder12 Carbon abatement in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States
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close this folder13 Greenhouse gas emission abatement in Australia
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close this folderPart IV Conclusion
close this folder14 Constructing a global greenhouse regime
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View the documentConditionality and additionality
View the documentTechnology transfer
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close this folderAppendix: The Climate change convention
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View the documentClimate change convention
View the documentArticle 1. Definitions
View the documentArticle 2. Objective
View the documentArticle 3. Principles
View the documentArticle 4 Commitments
View the documentArticle 5. Research and systematic observation
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View the documentArticle 7. Conference of the Parties
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View the documentArticle 15. Amendments to the Convention
View the documentArticle 16. Adoption and amendment of annexes to the Convention
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View the documentArticle 18. Right to vote
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View the documentArticle 22. Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession
View the documentArticle 23. Entry into force
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View the documentArticle 26. Authentic texts


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